Tear Down Show #152: How Can It Be a Meme if We Never Heard of It?

Tear Down Show #152: How Can It Be a Meme if We Never Heard of It?

Here’s what Michael and David talk about during the show:
Memes of 2016: it's time to decide (story) 
Friend of show has had his company acquired (story) 
Fewer than 3% of cars sold are sold with manual transmission (story) 
Another Gigafactory is coming, this time to Europe (story) 
Airbnb is getting into tour guides (story) 
Social media is altering global events, most notably our election (story) 
Fake news is more viral than real news - Quantity doesn't matter. What matters is the number of people who share it. (story) 
Post Truth: Oxford's word of the year. First used in 1992. But used 2000% this year vs. last year. (story) 
A reviewer got his hands on a $1500 computer-powered oven, and he wasn't happy (story) 
How to remove Trump or anything else from your feeds (story) 
Twitter new controls for hate speech - Not far enough (story) 
Dude sets up netcam, gets infected by malware botnet within minutes (story)
Guy steals credit card and uses it to buy home security camera (story) 
The story of Aardman
Jimmy Fallon - Metallica - Enter Sandman on classroom instruments
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